SPC for the rest of us: a personal path to statistical process control

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Addison-Wesley, 1994 - Business & Economics - 429 pages
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Provides professional, experience-based guidelines on understanding what SPC is and explains the mysteries and intricacies connected with these tools. In a carefully-planned series of learning steps, this book leads the reader to overcome the fear of statistics, to understand SPC and to generate enthusiasm for its proper use in mainufacturing, services, and administration. Pitt draws from his experience teaching clients at Fortune 500 Companies including Frito-Lay, General Mills, Gillette, M&M/Mars, Rockwell International, 3M, and Westinghouse Electric.

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Contents

Revolutions in Quality Productivity and Statistics
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First Some Major Management Chores
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WhatlsSPC?
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